THE MOST SPECTACULAR UNSPOILT BEACH ON THE ISLAND
This idyllic beach stretches over three kilometres and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Declared a Natural Area of Special Interest to protect it from urban development, it’s the last sandbank left on the island. You’ll be stunned by the blue and turquoise tones of the sea and its crystal clear waters. The fine white sand has formed a series of dunes that separate the beach from the pine forest and the salt lake.
Its 1490 hectares are home to 171 species.
Among these you’ll find a variety of reptiles and mammals, but the most significant aspect in the area is its impressive bird life: osprey, western marsh harriers and redshanks are some of the sedentary birds that can be seen in Es Trenc. Thanks to its geographic location, other migratory birds come during different periods of the year like storks, flamencos and piet avocets, meaning the area is hugely attractive for ornithologists from all over the world. It’s a good idea to stay at the beach until dusk, because its sunset is not to be missed.